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Montana State Silenced By Nau

Associated Press

Big Sky

Archie Amerson scored two touchdowns, Jeff Lewis threw for two more, and Kevin O’Leary kicked three field goals Saturday night as Northern Arizona pounded Montana State 37-0 at Flagstaff, Ariz.

The Lumberjacks improved to 1-0, 4-1 and the Bobcats fell to 0-1, 3-2 in the conference opener for both teams.

NAU 37, Montana St. 0

Montana St. 0 0 0 0 - 0

N. Arizona 10 10 10 7 - 37

NAUAmerson 21 run (O’Leary kick) NAUFG O’Leary 29 NAUAmerson 17 run (O’Leary kick) NAUFG O’Leary 34 NAUFG O’Leary 43 NAUCalderwood 28 pass from Lewis (O’Leary kick) NAUHess 3 pass from Lewis (O’Leary kick)

A-14,222

Montana 41, Cal-Davis 20

At Missoula, Dave Dickenson threw four touchdown passes as the fifthranked Grizzlies defeated CaliforniaDavis in a non-conference football game.

Montana (4-1) got two long touchdown passes from Dickenson to Matt Wells in the first half on the way to downing the Division II Aggies (2-1-1).

UC Davis 7 6 0 7 - 20

Montana 13 18 7 3 - 41

UM-Wells 56 pass from Dickenson (Larson kick)

UM-Stensrud 10 run (run failed) UCDRucker 17 pass from Grieb (Christie kick)

UM-Packero 18 pass from Dickenson (Dickenson pass to Erhardt) UCDRucker 6 run (kick failed)

UM-Wells 61 pass from Dickenson

UM-FG 38 Larson

UM-Erhardt 51 pass from Dickenson

UM-FG 22 Henkel UCDCampbell 24 pass from LaGotta (Christie kick)

A-11,723.

Northwestern St. 22, Boise State 17

At Boise, running back Clarence Matthews rushed for 177 yards, including a 36-yard touchdown with 1:45 remaining as the Demons (3-2) surprised the Broncos (2-2) in a non-conference.

Northwestern 13 00 03 06 - 22

Boise State 00 10 07 00 - 17

NSULaird 14 run (Mueller kick) NSUMattews 54 run (kick failed) BSUErickson 30 fg BSUHilde 13 run (Erickson kick) NSUMueller 22 fg BSUEdwards 5 run (Erickson kick) NSUMatthews 36 run (pass failed)

A-22,364.

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